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Photo by Stan Moniz (@stanmoniz)

See How These Creators Make The Most Of The Multi-Talented α7R IV This Instagram Follow Friday

This week we’re featuring some of our favorite Sony photographers on Instagram who are posting photos taken with the multi-talented Sony α7R IV. Check out what they captured and learn more about the camera in this Sony α7R IV Setup Guide, Custom Setup Tips & Tricks video, and The Surprise Benefit Of The α7R IV’s 61 Megapixels article. If you want the chance for your account to be featured on AlphaUniverse.com, make sure you tag your Sony photography posts with #BeAlpha. And don’t forget to follow @sonyalpha for your daily dose of Sony photo inspiration.

Tag your Sony photos with #BeAlpha for the chance to be featured on AlphaUniverse.com, and follow @sonyalpha for your daily dose of creative inspiration.

Stan Moniz – @stanmoniz

Stan is a photographer/filmmaker and member of the Sony Alpha Imaging Collective. His account puts the epic results of his adventure photography journey on display. He has a knack for capturing stunning wave photos, and he took the one below with his Sony α7R IV. He says, “All I know is that the α7R IV is a perfect camera for surf photography. Why? Simple facts. Most times in the water we surf photographers battle against keeping a straight horizon due to being jolted, slammed, and tossed around in the power of the surf. There are definitely a lot of factors that need to be calculated in a split second to achieve a perfect shot.”

“With that said, having the 61 megapixels allows you to crop in and straighten out the image to your liking. Leaving you with still a powerful and healthy file to work with, especially for print. Of course, the camera does come with some major upgrades compared to the α7R III, but I would have to say after seeing first hand what 61 can do I'm all in!”

Katrin Eismann – @katrin_eismann

Katrin Eismann is a Sony Artisan of Imagery. She’s a photographer and a traveler, and her Instagram account is filled with street photography taken at home in the Big Apple as well as out on her adventures to other places. She took this photo in the early morning at the Taj Mahal using the Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master with her Sony α7R IV – a morning she says she will never forget.

Braedin Toth – @braedin

Braedin is a member of the Sony Alpha Imaging Collective. Always on an adventure, his Instagram account shows photos of dreamy astroscapes, landscapes and other beautiful parts of nature. You can tune in to his Instagram stories for little video tidbits of his travels. He went to Iceland with the Alpha Collective (#AICdoesIceland), where he captured this scene using the Sony α7R IV with the Sony 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G and turned it into a 10K timelapse. Read more about the gear he would bring to capture a scene like this in his What’s In My Bag article.

Demas Rusli – @demas

Demas is a photographer/designer based in Sydney, Australia. The photos you’ll find posted on his Instagram account provide interesting perspectives and plenty of colors. He took the composite shot below using his Sony α7R IV and says, "This image was created during my recent road trip around the Southwest with three friends at the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. It was definitely a team effort with one friend driving the car, one friend modeling, and one friend helping with lighting up the rocks with a torch. The final image is a composite of four photos/exposures - one for the model, one for the car trail, one for the rocks, and one for the sky (which was shot at a different location)."

Marcela – @marrific

Marcela is a NYC-based art director who captures incredible landscapes, cityscapes, street photos and more using her Sony α7R IV. She had the chance to test out the camera at a #BeAlpha event in New York City, and she definitely fell in love with it. She captured this beautiful reflection shot below in Kyoto, Japan.

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